A little about Sammamish WA.
Sammamish is a small city / town east of Seattle. The population was 64,548 in a 2017 census. Located on a plateau, its bordered by Lake Sammamish to the west and Snoqualmie Valley to the east. Sammamish is an area which is constantly expanding with homes and neighborhoods being added almost everyday. The schools are some of the best in the state. The neighborhoods are very safe, quite and friendly. The business district runs along 228th Ave NE with ample shopping and restaurants. Sammamish Commons with a view of Seattle’s distant skyline is a jewel, library, YMCA, city hall, excellent skate park and open green space with park. In the summer months the Farmer Market is hosted by the Commons every Wednesday afternoon. Sammamish has nine parks (Beaver Lake Park, Big Rock Park, East Sammamish Park, Ebright Creek Park, Evans Creek Preserve, NE Sammamish Park, Pine Lake Park, Sammamish Commons, Sammamish Landing). Soaring Eagle Regional Park and Duthie Hill Park abut the city and are on the plateau. East Lake Sammamish Trail runs along Lake Sammamish and connects to a regional trail system.